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Just ordered the STEDI lights....... got the better of me!
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So I fitted mine yesterday and took some photos, in the basement and out on the road. My conclusion...

WOW!!!! Absolutely incredible, I am stoked with them. They project such an amazing spread of even light across and up the road and they don't dazzle oncoming drivers. The main beam is just superb too, it reaches so far.

I'll thro up some photos of them tomorrow night.

And in case you're wondering... You DO need the CAN BUS modules. I had some from the cheapo lights I had in the JK so I put them in. I'm ordering a STEDI lights bar as soon as I get paid and I'll buy a pair of CAN BUS modules from them too, I trust them more than the current ones.
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I'm lucky in that I've been able to "test" all the major, and some minor, LED globes and inserts, JW Speaker, Trucklights, LED Autolamps as we sell them all through work.
Funny thing is I've ended up fitting what we don't actually sell.

These are the Ignite LED headlights that I got from Greg @ Beyond 4x4. Designed here in Melbourne specifically for Australian roads and around 1/2 the price of some well known brands.

5 year warranty and no CANBUS adaptor needed

I can't see the point of people posting up pics of the headlights themselves turned on, post up pics of the beam on the roads so we can see what they actually do!

Low Beam
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Low Beam side view
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High Beam
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I'm lucky in that I've been able to "test" all the major, and some minor, LED globes and inserts, JW Speaker, Trucklights, LED Autolamps as we sell them all through work.
Funny thing is I've ended up fitting what we don't actually sell.

These are the Ignite LED headlights that I got from Greg @ Beyond 4x4. Designed here in Melbourne specifically for Australian roads and around 1/2 the price of some well known brands.

5 year warranty and no CANBUS adaptor needed

I can't see the point of people posting up pics of the headlights themselves turned on, post up pics of the beam on the roads so we can see what they actually do!

Low Beam
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Low Beam side view
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High Beam
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I tried to get hold of these everywhere and eventually ended up speaking to the guy at Ignite - Andrew, to try and get me some. After months of waiting I eventually gave up and found the STEDI's and I'm really pleased with them. Probably not quite as good as the Ignites, but certainly close and about 3/5 the price
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So here's a couple of photos I took. I can get better ones soon if anyone wants?

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What tyres do you have? They have fantastic grip!

The headlights look good too.
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So I fitted mine yesterday and took some photos, in the basement and out on the road.
Have you wired up the DRLs yet? I think I might tap mine off a fuse that comes on with the ignition in the engine bay. Mine are turning up today but I won't get to fit them until the weekend at this stage.
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Have you wired up the DRLs yet? I think I might tap mine off a fuse that comes on with the ignition in the engine bay. Mine are turning up today but I won't get to fit them until the weekend at this stage.
Got a feeling I ran mine all the way back to behind the lighter
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Stu,

I sent a message to Stedi last night. Their reply was no instructions come with these lights which explains why we never got any.

The red wire is for the DRLs though they said that it's normally blue and not red which did cause a little confusion.

I haven't looked at my fuse box yet but at this stage if the M9Rear Seats heater is vacant, I'll tap off that as it is powered via the ignition.
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